‘Let’s Talk About Sex’
Summer Workshops Enrolling Now
Age 9-11- Parent/Child Class on Puberty, Menstrual Cycles, feeling Awkward to Cultivating Sensuality & Individuality
Age 12-14- Teens Only! Managing Menstrual Cycles, Consent & Boundaries for Healthy Sexuality
Age 15-19- Teens Only! Contraception & STIs, Consent & Boundaries, How to seek care with confidence
Longmont – Thursday evenings 6:30-8:30 pm
Age 9-11: June 30 or July 21
Age 12-14: July 7 or 21
Age 15-19: July 14 or Aug 4
Boulder – Wednesday evenings 6:30-8:30 pm
Age 9-11: June 29 or July 20
Age 12-14: July 6 or 27
Age 15-19: July 13 or Aug 3
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For your Book Club, organization, parent or child group
Let’s explore the neuroscience,
the mind-body integration,
and cultivate practices for holistic well-being
You know how wonderful your teen is and you always want the very best, but often the conversation gets derailed, your best intention turns into an unsolicited criticism, and they’d rather be alone, with friends or with social media.
You’re curious about YOU. Your body is changing, you love it and you hate it, you have lots of questions and often don’t know what to ask, who to ask, how to ask and on top of that, you find yourself feeling a bit confused, embarrassed and doubting the goodness that you know is YOU.
Modern Mind for Teens & Twenties
Have you been gifted with sexual health education that allows you to Feel good in your body? Be aware of the thoughts and emotions that influence your choices? Nourish in your beauty and well-being? There is wisdom that benefits us all We can't buy it We don't need to earn it We never have to prove that we possess it The wisdom already resides in all of us... when we slow down to tune in to what IS right here, right now What do you perceive when you look in the mirror? How do you tell your story? Sex and relationships are intimate – and often intimidating to talk about. At Modern Mind, we create a container to transform the discussion from
shame and fear, expectation and guiltto an embodied sharing of the capacity to be human and savor the richness of this life.
This is our shared journey;
- The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends the initial reproductive health visit should take place between the ages of 13 and 15 years
- We will focus on education around puberty, menstrual cycles and reproductive health
- And talk about self-awareness, body image, the real self vs. the social media self, setting boundaries and requiring consent
- And learn about the neuroscience of how our brain and body is connected
- There’s so much to talk about, a pelvic exam is rarely needed!
- Age appropriate resources will be provided to support emotional well-being and emergence of healthy lifestyle choices
- Follow up Check-ins may be performed in-person or virtually; individually or in a group setting
Trust comes from ensuring the adolescent’s privacy and fostering healthy communication